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Hakkinen: 'Hamilton needs to learn how to lose'

The condemnation of Lewis Hamilton's actions during the Monaco Grand Prix weekend have drawn a mixed response, but two former champions who aren't on his side are Mika Hakkinen and John Surtees. The pair believe Hamilton was wrong to not only accuse his team-mate Nico Rosberg of foul play, but also his post-race reaction in which he refused to talk to Rosberg. "It's hard to tell if something is going to change significantly [between Lewis and Nico]," Hakkinen wrote in his column for Hermes. "I don't know if Lewis would even consider apologising for his behaviour. It is a very individual thing. "But in my opinion, one of the characteristics of a good winner is he also...
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